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4-8th c. A.D. Byzantine/Eastern European gold cross (30 x 40 mm, 6.7 g) - antiquitiesgiftshop.com 4320

Authentic ancient Late Roman or Early Byzantine gold cross - circa to c. Unearthed in Eastern Europe.

granulation jewelry - Google Search

granulation jewelry - Google Search

This most spectacular item is a stunning gold ring with a lozenge-shaped bezel set with a garnet gem which is in near-perfect condition. Anglo-Saxon 7th century AD.

Anglo-Saxon gold ring, c. - lozenge-shaped bezel set with garnet gem in near-perfect condition

Greek Hellenistic Lunar gold pendant form of a wide moon crescent with granules the crescent surrounded by spirals, filigree around the perimeter a small sphere at each base.

Greek Hellenistic Lunar gold pendant form of a wide moon crescent with granules the crescent surrounded by spirals, filigree around the perimeter a small sphere at each base.

LATE ROMAN GOLD CROSS. Circa 6th century AD. A gold cross finely constructed of gold with decorative granulation and red carnelian gem in the centre. | eBay!

A gold cross finely constructed of gold with decorative granulation and red carnelian gem in the centre.

Hellenistic Gold Crescent Pendant, c. 1st Century BC This pendant, which takes the shape of a faceted crescent, is partly decorated with granulated triangles. Three five-petal rosettes embellish the joins between the hoop and the pyramid-shaped finials as well as the join between the crescent and the loop.

Hellenistic Gold Crescent Pendant, c. Century BC This pendant, which takes the shape of a faceted crescent, is partly decorated with granulated triangles. Three five-petal rosettes embellish the joins between the hoop and the pyramid-shaped.

Ascension of Alexander the Great. Cloisonne enamel. XIII Century. Ascension of Alexander the Great. Cloisonne enamel. XIII Century. "Six centuries of Russian icons. New discoveries"

Alexander Rex, and his flight to heaven by means of griffins, Russian. Further Info is currently unavailable, but is most probably a Byzantine enamel plaque from a diadem, century